Invited Speakers

April 5(Fri), 2019

Plenary Session I  : Beyond Trauma (I) 
10:40~11:00 Perspective for qualification of trauma expert in Japan Akio Kimura
(Department of Emergency Medicine and Critical Care, National Center for Global Health and Medicine, Tokyo, Japan)
Plenary Session II : Beyond Trauma (II) 
11:30~12:00 Non-incremental innovation for combat casualty care Andriy I Batchinsky
(US Army Institute of Surgical Research, USA)
12:00~12:30 Trauma management system in USA Andre Uflacker
(University of Virginia, USA)
Korea - Japan Symposium I : Bench to Bedside 
13:30~13:42 Exosomes as mediators of immune-inflammatory responses after severe trauma Mitsuaki Kojima
(Tokyo Medical and Dental University, Japan)
13:54~14:06 High-dose FXIII administration is a promising treatment option for trauma-associated coagulopathy Futoshi Nagashima
(Saga University, Japan)
14:18~14:30 The randomized multicenter controlled trial for preoperative early-induced hypothermia and its scientific rationale Shoji Yokobori
(Nippon Medical School, Japan)
International Session I : Asian Collaboration on Trauma (I) 
14:30~14:45 Trauma System in Cambodia Sok Buntha
(University of Health Sciences, Cambodia)
14:45~15:00 Investigating the mechanism of injury in road traffic accidents: “in depth study” with engineers Mototsugu Kohno
(Tsukuba Medical Center Hospital, Japan)
15:15~15:30 3-in-1 Hong Kong protocol in management of haemodynamically unstable pelvic fractures Cheng Mina
(Queen Elizabeth Hospital, Hong Kong)
International Session II : Intervention for Penetrating Injury 
16:00~16:30 Management for gunshot wound focusing on intervention Eli Atar
(Rabin Medical Center, Israel)
16:30~16:50 Endovascular intervention in penetrating injury Yosuke Matsumura
(Chiba University Graduate School of Medicine, Japan)
International Session III : International trauma study 
17:00~17:30 High mobility group box 1 protein in trauma
1) HMGB1 increases after pulmonary contusion in a combat-relevant polytrauma model
2) Expression of HMGB1 in a polytrauma model treated with ECLS at ground level and high altitude
Jae Hyek Choi
(US Army Institute of Surgical Research, USA)
17:30~17:45 Management of Trauma in austere environment-Experience in Sri Lanka Kamal Jayasuriya
(College of Surgeons of Sri Lanka, Sri Lanka)
17:45~18:00 Anesthesia for the trauma patient. Personal research (experimental and clinical) Carlos L.Errando Oyonarte
(Consorci Hospital General Universitari València, Spain)

April 6(Sat), 2019

International Session IV : Asian Collaboration on Trauma (II) 
10:00~10:15 Cardiac injury management for general surgeon Narain Chotirosniramit
(Chiang Mai University, Thailand)
10:15~10:30 Introduction of basic studies on blast injury at National Defense Medical College in Japan Daizoh Saitoh
(National Defense Medical College, Japan)
10:30~10:45 Point-of-care endoscopic optical coherence tomography detects changes in mucosal thickness in ARDS due to smoke inhalation and burns Jae Hyek Choi
(US Army Institute of Surgical Research, USA)
10:45~11:00 Improving Trauma Care in Asia Teo Li-Tserng
(Tan Tock Seng Hospital, Singapore)
Korea-Japan Syposium II : Trauma Database 
11:45~12:00 Overview of Japan Trauma Data Bank (JTDB) and our new findings based on JTDB over 15 years Jun Oda
(Tokyo Medical University, Japan)
12:15~12:30 Establishing clinical evidence from the big data: Challenges by the Japan Trauma Databank investigators Atsushi Shiraishi
(Kameda Medical Center, Japan)